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GOLF By "MASHIE" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

.By "MASHIE" Thirty members of the Riversdale Club en tered for the monthly medal, played on January 10. The winning card was returnel by H. L. Wallace. His stroke round was SO. Best scores were:— Hdp. Result. H. Li. "Wallace 8 .. 7 up D. Bryant .. 5 .. 4 up P. G. Murdoch .. .. -H> . 1 up F. B. Patterson 3 .. 1 up W. J. Home 3 .. 1 up E. P. Bevan 6 .. 1 up G. H. Lemon .. .. .. ,5,.. . 7 .. 1 up H. Braitbwaite 11 .. '1 up The Metropolitan Club's monthly medal was competed for on January 10, the result being a tie between W. S. P. Godfrey and J, G. Rigg. No fewer than 50 members took out cards. The principal scores were:—W. S. P. Godfrey, 90-l£-7S; J. G. Rigg, 94—16—78; R. N. Strahan, 103—24—79; W. A. G'ason, 78 —1-2—20; A. Debenham, Si—4—80; II. Deben ham. 3S—18—80; V. Macdonald, 96—15—81; D. L. Dowdell, 98—17—81; J. F. Cole, 95—10—32. Members of the Northern Club competed fcr the monthly medal on January 10, the winner being O. Tyzack, 90—14—76. Other cards returned were:—J. Clar...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

The Secret of Beauty is the Secret e£ Health I" That much admired clear com plexion is the outcome of & per fectly healthy system. There is no need to take nasty-tasting laxative medicine to keep the eye* tem healthy, f Try . LAXETTES Aperient Chocolate Squares. The; are extremely pleasant to take are no different to ordinary Choco late Confectionery in taste Or ap pearance, but have a mild opening effect, assuring a clear healthy complexion. Children take to Laxettes readily. There is no need to force them. All Chemists, 1/ and 3/S, Free Sample from ■, BOWER & CO.* CHEMISTS. MELBOURNE.

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COBURG V. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

COBURG V. F00T8CRAY. ua meir own turf the 'Scra.ys answered for 184, although the opening was a rather indifferent one. Johansen 20, and Gleeson 21, made a good start, but entrjss of 0, 1, 0, 0 depressed the score and the. team. But there were four good- items to follow, reading Rev. J. Robertson 30, Simmons 35, Addison 25, Grunden 22. The trundler of chief merit was Lechte. who secured four wickets for 34 runs. Lrandells had 2 for 22. Coburg batsmen were not very successful, but J. Huntington, by scoring 23, enabled them to show 37 for 3 wickets. Johansen made tv/o captures for 20 rtina. At Ballarat J. Abererombie scored 121 pot out for North Ballarat v. Golden Point. For Coburg v. Footscray (second elevens) Booth ma.de 121, in which were no fewer than 'treaty 4's and four 6's.

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M'COY DEFEATS MELROSE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

M'COY DEFEATS MELHOSS btrenuous, if not scientific boxing was wit nessed at the Melbourne Athletic Pavilion on January 10, when five contests were de cided. Victor New house acted as referee. The opening bout between Herb. M'Lean (3.6} and_ Bill Boyd (8.4) had an abrupt end ing. M'Lean was leading on points in the fifth round when Boyd reached iais chin v.ith a right swing. M'Lean dropped to the boai^ds and took considerably longer tha"n the ten seconds allowed to recover. Boyd is a younger brother of Alf. and Fred Boyd. George Dawson (S.3) was too clever for Mick^ Jordan (S.6), and had a substantial margin of points in his favor at the end of the scheduled five rounds. The bout wai spoiled by the persistent way in which Jordan clung to his opponent. Sid Moss (S.13%), who came to Victoria from England with Alf. Goodwin, disposed of Con O'Shea (9.2) in the second round. He swung his right to the side of O'Shea's liend. and the boy went down for nine seconds. Moss attacked vigorously ...

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Concerning Colors [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Concerning Colors Our London correspondent cables that fashion makers of Paris decree that yellow, old gold and tan tones pre vail- For the Spring, brown and sub dued greyish green net will be popu lar. Five new varieties in reseda tints have appeared. They range from mis tletoe to cucumber shades. Brilliant as sertive colors will be out of favor. Those who insist upon them can have lobs ter, new beetroot, raven blue, and other striking hues to be found in an Oriental setting. HOUSE FROCK French muslin, foulard, or cotton voile would make a dainty and inex pensive house frock, if this illustration were copied. The simplicity of the style, together with the baby sleeve, would enhance the girlishness of a pretty debutante; but the frock would be just as becoming- to older women if a longer sleeve were substituted. Muslins In dainty patterns can be bought for 1/6 a yard. For a good foulard one should pay about 2/- a yard, although some are marked at less than a shilling. Plain and colo...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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WELLS KNOCK-OUT IN-FIGHTING AS A FINE ART 92 Fleet street, December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

WELLS KNOCK-OUT IN-FIGHTING AS A FINE ART (From Our London Office) 92 Fleet street, December 12. • Rarely has London shown so much excite ment over a boxing match as it did in con nection with that very extraordinary one of last Monday night, when Bombardier Wells was knocked out by the young French man, Carpentier, in one minute and a quarter. In a sort of way, English boxing was sup posed to be tested by this match, and Car pentier was able to show that in an art learnt from us the French have not only acquired proficiency, but have made improvements. The morning papers gave the event the pi'o minence of the international incident that it is, and several of them hare leading articles on it. "The Times" is one of these, and ■provides, in''a setting ai rational com ment, one of the best accounts of what occurred. j Here are some interesting passages :-r Once more the pugilist who likes boxing fell before a rival who loves fighting. Car pentier was enthusiastically applauded; Wells w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

y littl® girl's lie.tr was thick with. dandriff. One 1 / bottle of Kefco com pletely cored it." Koko la dear as crystal. Not Oily, Greasy, or Sticky. Has no smelL Brightens dull, dead-looking hair wonderfully. Makes harsh, coarse hair soft and wayy—easy to dross in any etyte. CHEMISTS AND STORES? v. — —

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GENERAL NOTES Girls' Hours Limited [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Girls' Hours Limited j A regulation was passed in Pennsyl vania last month directing that all women under the age of 21 should be prevented from engaging in work after 9 p.m. The only exception is in the case of telephone operatives, who are permitted to work all night if they have reached the age of 18. It has been stated that the full sig nificance of the regulation was not fully comprehended until it was dis covered that women coming within the age limit were banned from obtaining theatrical employment.

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QUESTIONS ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

QUESTIONS ANSWERED Mother Maldon.—If the black and white coatee has "washed, well, I think it would be worth a new collar. It is a pity you washed it in water. If you had washed it in petrol the result would have been more satisfac tory. You do not say whether the material "is v.'oollen o-r cotton. How would you like a new collar of moire or satin? Do not have it lined, as it is fashionable to wear all collars and revers limp. If you do not want to spend much money on the renovation, 1 should suggest using one of the fancy collars in lace , and muslin, which can be bought so cheaply. 2. This question will be answered in the Central Column. 3. "A Mother" will answer your third question. Blue Wren.—If the room is of ordinary size it should not be a difficult matter for you to ! paper it yourself. Wall papers are usually 21 inches wide, and are sold in lengths of 12 i yards. I should choose either a plain or a 1 striped paper to avoid the trouble of matching i pieces. If there are any ...

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Chin Straps [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Chin Straps In the Spring there was a fancy to finish shady hats with a velvet hand passing under the chin. The fashion has now extended to the coiffure, and the newest way of using a necklace of pearls is to wear it like a chin strap. Sometimes it is caught over the ears. A back comb makes a suitable clasp to keep it secure. In Paris, fashionable women are wearing diamond necklaces In the same fashion. An uncommon head dress recently noted was of metallic lace, fastened above the nape of the neck at the back, and joined with another band passing over the head and under the chin. The two bands were secured over the ears. It resembled a nun's headdress more than anything else. Coifs of jewels or pearls are among .the new ornaments for coiffure wear. They are not likely to be taken up by women blessed with luxuriant heads of hair, for, with the exception of a scanty fringe in front, all the hair is hidden. The coif gives one the impression that it is screening a shorn head.

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Notes from Paris [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Notes from Paris Bullion lace, which -was the pride of the theatrical wardrobe mistress thirty years ago, is the rage of the moment Among furs, the red natural color and those dyed yellow are most favored. Women no longer muffle their throats, but the body of the fur hangs over the shoulders as if it were falling off. Clasps on the paws pre vent the fur from slipping. Evening skirts are left open at the foot, are scantily trimmed, and made rather high at the waist. Flounces are liked for evening frocks. These are ten to twelve inches wide, and are arranged to rise up in front. Short loose coats in black velvet, bordered with colored fur are new. The skirt matches the color of the fur Regarding the cut of clothes, every thing bags, nothing fits tightly or snugly.

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Baggy Blouses [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Baggy Blouses If one wishes to be in the first flight tof fashion, she must wear a blouse several sizes too large for her. It must be large and roomy, even haggy. The more slip-shod looking the garment is the smarter the appear ance of the wearer, according to tbe dictates of fashion. When choosing" the garment remem ber to select one that would be just about the rigM fit for a woman with broader shoulders and of more robust build than yourself. Then you will arrive at the coveted goal of the ultra smart woman. Shoulder seams must be very long or non existent. The blouse musl bag- about the waist, and fall over the belt in untidy folds. To wear anything trim and well fit ting- is to be hopelessly out cf date these days.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

BEST and mos!t economical* therefore the cheapest. befuse substitutes i

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Bazaar Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Bazaar Picnic Mrs Arthur French, who is to have charge of the doll and baby linen stall at the Alfred Hospital bazaar, has arranged a picnic, to be held at Black Rock to-day (Saturday, January 17), with the object of raising funds and articles for the stall.

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Approaching Marriage [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Approaching Marriage Miss Phyllis Hammond Cleg-g-, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Hammond Clegg, and Mr Simon Fraser, son of Mr and Mrs Simon Fraser, "Norla," Tporak, are to be married at Scots' Church on February 17.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Va/HICH contains 25 Smokeless Cartridges, loaded with Full Charge of First-Grade Smoke less Powder (used with great success at Monte Carlo and the World's best Shooting Grounds) and Chilled Shot. One Packet will prove to you how much bet ter they are than those you are using. A!e®ck & Pierce, Gun and Cartridge Makers, S3L8 Settle Collins St., MeSb. Other Brands of " AP " Fresh-Loaded Cartridges are " Kilos." 2/3 ; Ebnoid," "Infallible," Amberite" etc., 2/6; "Apoid" (Gaslight), 2/9 etc., 2/6; per box of 25-allwi^h Chilled Shot. GUNS FOR DUCK SEASON 20./-—Single American Gun by Harrington and Richardson. 42/6—Webley-and Scott single Nitro proved. 90/—D.B.B.L. by C. G. Bonehil.l Greener's crossbolt, Nitro proved. ■ £6—Farmer's Gun, by J. W. Mplden, Greener's crossbolt, 2% chambers, Nitro proved, worth double the money. £7/10/—Mac.'s-All-Ro.und Gun, by W. W. Greener and Wm. Casli more; a real all-round weapon. Other varieties, £10/10/, £12/10/ to £25. CARTRIDGES (Smokeless)—9/ t...

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WITH BALL CARTRIDGE JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

WITH BALL CARTRIDGE JANUARY. 17—Club events, Port Melbourne and wimams town' ranges. 24, 26.—No. 19 Union—Annual prize meeting, Port Melbourne. Rifle shooting at tne metropolitan ranges on January 10 was carried out under tbe most pleasant conditions. Some tall scoring •was anticipated, but there appeared to be "something in the seaside air" that had a mysterious influence on the , shooting, and surprise was expressed when the cards were handed in that no sensational scores had been recorded. At Port Melbourne the 300 yards range was chiefly in use, and in the majority of competitions only the first stages were entered upon. A team from the Richmond ciub met a party off the Cerberus, and won by 30 points. In the shoot-off for the Burton Trophy of the Hawthorn club between J. P. Barnes and P. Lee the former won. The following reports have reached me:— A.O.F.—First Stage Club Trophy, 10 shots at 200 yards.—W. Beach (7). 4S; T. F. Irving (6), 48; R. Wakefield- (7), 48; E. M'Burnie (2),...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

IVrURCHISON ATHLETIC SPORTS. (Registered V.A.L. and L.V.W.). WEDNESDAY, 4th FEBRUARY, 1914. (Week Preceding Shepparton Carnival). £ 50—PR 0 G RAAlilE—£50. Including— Sprint Handicap, 75 yards, £3; Sheffield Han dicap, 130 yards, £12; 220 yards Handicap, £5; 440 yards Handicap, £5; H:gh Jump, £i; District Bicycle Race, one mile, 15 mile radius: Open Bicycle Race, one mile, £■!; Murchison Wheel Race, two miles, £9; Woo3 Chop, £5. Entries close Saturday, 24th January. Pro grammes and all information on application to D. JNO. SHEWAN, Secretary.

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Engagement [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Engagement The engagement is announced of Miss Gladys Anderson, youngest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs James Ander son, of Melbourne, and Mr Hugh P. Evans, of El Ran eh o Bonito, Arizona. Miss Anderson has been living in Eng land for some time, staying with Mrs R. L. Outhwaite, her sister. She met Mr EJvans last year in Switzerland.

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ATHLETICS AMATEUR. By "ALL ROUND." FIXTURES. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

ATHLETICS AMATEUR, S By "ALL ROUND." FIXTURES. FEBRUARY. 10-11.—Slieppartou Carnival, entries January 15. The visiting American athletes again "got among t'ae records" while competing at Pal merston, N.Z. Caughey von the shot put with 45ft.0^,in., . beating the Australasian record by no less than nine inches. Power (America) scr.,won the Mile,with H. Thomson 175 yards, 2; D. Stewart, 75 yards, 3. Time: 4 min. 52 2-5 sec. Power overhauled his field early and won with the greatest of ease. Templeton, (America) had again to strike his colors to Keddell (N.Z.) in the 120 yards Hurdles final, having been badly interfered with. Ho won his heat iu 16 1-5 seconds. Templeton won the high jump, 5ft. flin., and also won the broad jump with 21ft. 9in. In a special scratch SSO yards contest, Power (N.Z.) easily beat Kirby (N.Z.). The Americans again competed at Auck land on January 10, and- although they did well, they were not able to concede the han dicaps allotted, and did not win an event ou...

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